North Carolina – Online educational content is exempt from North Carolina sales tax

On June 5, 2020, measure HB 1079 , exempting digital educational content from North Carolina sales tax was signed into law. An educational service is not taxable digital property The bill clarifies that, as of the effective date of the Continue reading North Carolina – Online educational content is exempt from North Carolina sales tax

Nebraska- Several Communities to See Changes to Sales and Use Tax Rates

The Nebraska state sales and use tax rate is 5.5% (.055). Effective October 1, 2020, the following changes will be made for local sales and use tax rates: Ewing will start a 0.5% rate, Rising City will start a 1% rate, Davey, Dorchester, Milligan, Palmer, and Roca will each start Continue reading Nebraska- Several Communities to See Changes to Sales and Use Tax Rates

Multistate- SCOTUS Easing Path for Direct-To-Consumer Alcohol Shipping

Two Supreme Court cases have reshaped the way alcoholic beverages, particularly wine, can be marketed to consumers. And combined with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, breweries and distilleries may also become more involved in direct-to-consumer sales, according to Jeff Continue reading Multistate- SCOTUS Easing Path for Direct-To-Consumer Alcohol Shipping